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U.S. Opens U19 Play Against Canada

March 28, 2016    1907 Views
Austin SimsThe United States will open play in the 2016 Federation of International Lacrosse U19 Men’s World Championship against host Canada on July 7. The 16-team event takes place from July 7-16 in Coquitlam, British Columbia. Read More »

Are We Having Fun Yet?

March 28, 2016    2493 Views

LaxJam Fun

Connecticut fundraising event reminds us that fun should be the core of the game. Read More »

Parents: Enjoy the Moment

March 24, 2016    175403 Views

Parents Enjoy the Ride

One day you’re going to get in the car with your kid’s water bottle that he left at home for the last time, that sour shoulder pads and cleat smell coming from the back seat...and then you are going to get in the car and you won’t ever be back again. Read More »

Lacrosse Helping Youth to Build Better Futures

March 23, 2016    2109 Views

BCLL Program

Unique school-based intervention program uses lacrosse as a tool to engage urban youth. Read More »

Lacrosse Community Rallies Around Kirst Family

March 22, 2016    10636 Views

Kirst Family

Kyle Kirst, a boys' lacrosse coach who died suddenly last June, is featured in the Spring edition of Lacrosse Matters, a publication for supporters of US Lacrosse. Read More »

Love the Game? Pay it Forward

March 17, 2016    2749 Views

Pay it Forward

One coach’s desire to give back to the game involves her high school players serving as mentors for local youth participants. Read More »

U19 Men Aim for Gold

March 17, 2016    1756 Views
U19 USA CelebrationIn less than four months, the U.S. Men’s Under-19 National Team will go for an eighth consecutive gold medal at the Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship in Coquitlam, British Columbia. Some recent Lacrosse Magazine content highlights the road to the championship. Read More »

Michigan's Keys to the 10-Man Ride

March 10, 2016    6012 Views
Michigan WolverinesThe 10-man ride is popular at the collegiate level, but does it work in high school. Michigan coach John Paul thinks so, and offers some keys to making it work. Read More »

Brown State? Honoring a Tradition

March 10, 2016    2512 Views
Lars TiffanyKeeping practice fun not only helps keep players coming back, it helps them develop their skills. Read More »

Teaching for Mastery of Content, Skills and Concepts

March 10, 2016    4809 Views
Teaching for Mastery of ContentHave you ever wondered why something you coached your team to do at the beginning of the season, but didn’t use right away failed when you tried to come back to it? Teaching for mastery is about teaching skills to kids so that the skill “sticks.” Read More »